The pediatric neurology program at All Children’s Hospital provides care for infants, children and teens with a full range of neurologic problems. We work closely with the board-certified pediatric neurosurgeons at All Children’s Hospital to provide multi-disciplinary care for children who have undergone or may require neurosurgery.
Our pediatric neurologists provide extensive diagnostic and treatment services for children with seizure disorders. These include inpatient telemetry, vagal nerve stimulation, ketogenic diet, and ongoing management of anti-seizure medication.
The pediatric neurology program also draws upon the valuable expertise of All Children’s pediatric radiology and diagnostic imaging services, including MRI and neuroradiology.
As members of the All Children's Neuroscience Institute, the pediatric neurologists work closely with the pediatric neurosurgeons at ACH and draw upon the expertise of specialists in neuroimaging, neuro-oncology and neuropathology as needed.
Pediatric epileptologists limit their practice to caring for children with epilepsy, particularly patients whose seizures are not well controlled by standard epilepsy medications. Our program specializes in the comprehensive evaluation of patients who have difficult-to-treat epilepsy. In most children medication can effectively control seizures, but there are some children and teens with epilepsy who have unacceptable side effects from medication or whose seizures are resistant to medication (intractable seizures).
Our Pediatric Epilepsy program has a full spectrum of epilepsy services, including:
Colin Nguyen, MD
Dr. Nguyen is a graduate of the University of South Florida College of Medicine. Following a pediatric residency at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women & Children in Orlando, he completed a residency in pediatric neurology at the University of Texas Southwestern Department of Neurology. While at UTSW he received the Neurology Resident Teaching Award and the Fred Baskin Young Investigator Research Award. Dr. Nguyen completed an additional fellowship in clinical neurophysiology at Miami Children's Hospital/University of Miami and subsequently was an attending neurologist with Neuro Network Partners in Miami.
Dr. Nguyen's research includes investigation of predictors of improved outcomes following reoperation for intractable childhood epilepsy. At UTSW he was site co-investigator for a multi-center clinical trial, Validation of the NIH Stroke Scale in Children, led by Rebecca Ichord, MD, of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and a member of the Child Neurology Society, the American Epilepsy Society, and the American Academy of Neurology.
Madeline Chadehumbe, MD
Dr. Chadehumbe completed her fellowship in child neurology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, also serving as child neurology chief resident. She completed an additional fellowship and training in electromyography at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. She completed her pediatric residency at Michigan State University, Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies and received her medical degree from the University of Zimbabwe.
Before joining All Children's Hospital, Dr. Chadehumbe was a pediatric neurologist and assistant professor of pediatrics at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She also served as associate program director for Michigan State University's Grand pediatric residency program in Grand Rapids.
Her clinical interests include neuromuscular disorders, particularly Duchenne muscular dystrophy and spinal muscular atrophy, pediatric stroke, epilepsy and autism. She has research experience in stroke and Tourette Syndrome. She is board certified in pediatrics and in psychiatry and neurology, with special qualifications in child neurology. Dr. Chadehumbe is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the Child Neurology Society and the American Epilepsy Society.
S. Parrish Winesett, MD
Dr. Winesett's practice is limited to the evaluation of intractable epilepsy for advanced procedures such as epilepsy surgery, vagal nerve stimulators, ketogenic diet, complex medication management and clinical trials. After a residency in pediatric/internal medicine at the University of South Florida, he completed his pediatric neurology fellowship at Vanderbilt University. In addition, he completed a pediatric epilepsy fellowship at the Cleveland Clinical and USF. Dr. Winesett is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at USF. Dr. Winesett has written multiple academic chapters on pediatric and adult epilepsy.
Dr. Winesett's board certifications include: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with special competence in pediatric neurology; American Board of Pediatrics; and the American Board of Internal Medicine.
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